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Constance Mary Katherine Applebee (1873–1981) by unknown photographer, 1901 Bryn Mawr College Library, Special Collections

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Applebee, Constance Mary Katherine (1873–1981), promoter of women's field hockey, was born Katherine Mary at Chigwell Row, Chigwell, Essex, on 4 June 1873, the daughter of James Kay Applebee (1827–1903), a Unitarian minister and lecturer, and his second wife, Katherine Ann Applebee, née...

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Boyd, Margaret [Maggie] (1913–1993), schoolteacher and lacrosse player, was born on 17 January 1913 in Strasbourg, Alsace, Germany, the daughter and fourth of five children of Dr Harold de Haven Boyd, manager of a Manchester oil company, and his wife, Charlotte Elisabeth, née...

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Cattanach, John (1885–1915), shinty player, was born at Newtonmore, Inverness-shire, on 2 February 1885, the youngest of the four children of William Cattanach, merchant, and his wife, Ann, née Kennedy. He was educated at Newtonmore and Kingussie public schools, George Watson's College, Edinburgh...

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Chisholm, Archibald Macra (1824–1897), army officer and shinty player, was born on 5 July 1824 at Taewig on the banks of the River Glass, in Strathglass, in the parish of Kilmorack, Inverness-shire, the eldest son of Dr Stewart Chisholm (d. 1862), deputy inspector-general of ...

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Gower [married name Beaton], Lilias Mary [Lily] (1877–1959), croquet player, was born at Barnbarroch, Wigtownshire, on 5 October 1877, the eldest daughter in the family of four daughters and two sons of Erasmus Gower (1833–1914), of Castle Malgwyn, Pembrokeshire, landowner and formerly captain in the ...

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Milford, David Sumner (1905–1984), rackets and hockey player, was born in Oxford on 7 June 1905, the second of three children and younger son of Sir Humphrey Sumner Milford (1877–1952), publisher, and his first wife, Marion Louisa (d. 1940), daughter of Horace Smith...

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Shoveller, Stanley Howard (1881–1959), hockey player, was born at 1 Park Road Villas, Park Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, on 2 September 1881, the second son in the family of three sons and one daughter of John Hampden Shoveller (1851–1931), a civil servant at the ...

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Steel, Dorothy Dyne (1884–1965), croquet player, was born on 21 April 1884 at Woodsetts, Yorkshire, the daughter of Henry Allen Steel, vicar of Woodsetts, and his wife, Elizabeth, née Roughton. She learned to play croquet on the vicarage lawn and developed an unexciting but highly effective style. Always known by her initials, ...

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Mary Russell Vick (1922–2012) by unknown photographer, 1952 [right, playing Scotland at Wembley in 1952] courtesy of the Vick family; The Times / NI Syndication